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Budock Vean Hotel Ltd

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Address
Budock Vean Hotel Ltd
Mawnan Smith
Nr Falmouth
Cornwall
TR11 5LG
England
Telephone (01326) 250288
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More than just a hotel - a destination to escape to for rest and relaxation

On a quiet bend of the tranquil Helford River nestles the award-winning 4 star Budock Vean Hotel. Set in 65 acres of glorious gardens, woodlands and its own golf course – The Budock Vean is a family run hotel and a sanctuary for rest and relaxation.

With an AA Rosette restaurant renowned for amazing food, relaxing treatments in the Natural Health Spa, luxury 5 star Gold Award self catering holiday homes, traditional holiday cottages, tennis courts, kayaking and boat trips along the river, you can be as active or as relaxed as you wish.

The hotel uses a biomass boiler for most of it’s energy supply, has organically managed gardens, and prides itself on sourcing two thirds of all it’s food, drink and other purchases locally.

There are two electric car charging points for guests to use free of charge.

Locally you can explore the South West Coast Path, visit award winning gardens, walk to the village pub, explore numerous coves, take a boat trip, go sea fishing, play a round of golf – so much to see and do right on the doorstep without having to use your car if you don’t want to!

However, it is the Barlow families passion for the ‘green’ things in life which make the Budock Vean so different from other hotels.

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Directions

From Truro take the A39 to Falmouth. On the A39 about 4 miles before Falmouth you will pick up the brown tourist information road-signs for Glendurgan and Trebah gardens.

Follow these signs through Mawnan Smith and continue past Glendurgan and Trebah Gardens.

After a further ½ mile you will find the entrance to Budock Vean.

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